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... a few comedy shows that were on. We found an amazing place that did the best pulled pork and haggis sandwiches for lunch before meeting back up with them! It's called Oink, with a pink sign if anyone is heading to Edinburgh again! We met the others back up on the Royal Mile and headed to meet our old house mate from London, Tanis, for dinner and a drink. She is originally from Edinburgh and had not long moved back up there. After dinner Sim and I had our ghost walking tour and Sonya ...
... stayed loyal to his master for years even after his master's death. We ended this day at Mussels Inn with a wonderful dinner of mussels and wine.
Today is Sunday and its so quiet in our neighborhood. It rained last night and the streets are damp and sky is cloudy. No one is on the streets and I can only hear an occasional car or siren in the distance. We'll go out for a walk later to enjoy the cool weather.
... 1960's. Darren
showed us another, more gruesome history of the site, the Covenanters’ Prison
and the Martyrs’ Monument. In 1638 the National Covenant was adopted in
Greyfriars Church. This ‘covenant’ said that Jesus, and not the king, was the
only head of the church. Many of the people who supported this were imprisoned
in an area of the graveyard, and a monument has been erected to honour those
who died here – the Martyrs’ ...
... euros at the bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu, 71 Polish cents
# of times we did laundry: 4
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 26
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: London, England via early bus for 9 hours
... are in our seats (for another long wait). The rain is accompanied by low cloud cover making it feel very dreary. It looks as though the rain is going to continue and I opt for a plastic rain poncho to augment my jacket so at least now the front of my legs will be somewhat protected.
Excitement builds as the start time nears. Through the cloud cover we hear (but do not see) the flyover of the RAF Lossiemouths and Leuchars, and we are underway. The torches are lit on ...